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Ezecom launches international toll free service (ITFS)

By: Expat Advisory Posted: July-31-2011 in
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On Monday August the first 2011 EZECOM launches EZECOM ITFS; EZECOM is the first Cambodian company to offer this technology. EZECOM ITFS offers local companies a cost effective and easy way to access an international client base. With EZECOM ITFS companies set up a local presence on a global scale, to support international customers and employees without the added expense of setting up local offices.

POTW - Beautiful furnished house for lease in the heart of city of district 1

By: Expat Advisory Posted: June-21-2011 in
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This recently built 6 bed 7 bath house is centrally located in a wide, clean, quiet alley in downtown District 1, close to the bars and restaurants of Pham Ngu Lao.

Maintained and decorated to a high standard, this is a large, spacious house with comfortable furnishings and tasteful décor.

All of the bedrooms are en-suite with 3 of the 7 also containing bath tubs.

With 6 bedrooms and a good sized roof top for entertaining, this property is great for a house share or for employee accommodation.

There is ample room for parking both car and motorbikes.

Different Voices Aiming at the Same Goal?

By: Norbert Klein Posted: February-28-2011 in
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The Mirror, Vol. 15, No. 705

Among the many materials which had come to my computer during the period of interruption were also several Comments to "Defusing Tensions by Going to the Agreements Achieved" from The Mirror of Wednesday, 16.2.2011. When The Mirror was started in 1997, we had the hope that it would make such discussions possible – especially discussions on issues of common concern where there is a variety of interpretations and opinions, but there is also a common effort to find clarity where different, maybe even contradicting, information is available.

Miss Landmine Cambodia 2009

By: Expat Advisory Staff - Via Press Release Posted: July-31-2009 in
Expat Advisory Staff - Via Press Release

Press Release

The team and collaborators of the global Miss Landmine project and the staff of Meta House Gallery Phnom Penh are proud to announce the official world premiere of the Miss Landmine Cambodia 2009 and its accompanying exhibition, Miss Landmine Expo:

Parliamentarians: Within Seventeen Years, Only Six Ministers Appeared to Make Clarifications in the Parliament

By: The Mirror Posted: August-23-2010 in
The Mirror

The Mirror, Vol. 14, No. 678

“Phnom Penh: According to the first study by Sam Rainsy Party parliamentarians, since the general elections in 1993, or within 17 years, only six ministers appeared at the parliament to clarify questions. But government officials explained that, based on the regulations, there clarifications can be given both directly and verbally, or through letters.

The Club of Cambodian Journalists and the European Union Cooperate to Encourage the Free Flow of Information in Cambodia

By: The Mirror Posted: June-02-2010 in
The Mirror

The Mirror, Vol. 14, No. 667

“Phnom Penh: The Club of Cambodian Journalists and the European Commission Delegation to Cambodia jointly organized a workshop about public relations with the aim to strengthen press relations with other institutions, to foster the free flow of information in Cambodia.

Civil Society Supports the Crackdown on Forestry Crimes by the Prime Minister

By: The Mirror Posted: April-19-2010 in
The Mirror

The Mirror, Vol. 14, No. 659

“Phnom Penh: 118 organizations and associations expressed their support for the crackdown on forestry crimes by Prime Minister Samdech Hun Sen, and some associations suggested that former Director General of the Forestry Administration Ty Sokun must be bought to a court to be convicted according to the law.

Cambodia Announced that the United States of America Suspends Military Aid, but Said the Uighurs’ Case Should Not Be Taken as Excuse

By: The Mirror Posted: April-05-2010 in
The Mirror

The Mirror, Vol. 14, No. 658

“Phnom Penh: Cambodia is not surprised about the announcement of the US Department of State to suspend military aid for Cambodia. In the afternoon of 1 April 2010, during the daily press conference of the US Department of State in Washington, the spokesperson, Mr. Philip Crowley, announced the decision of the United States of America to suspend donating about 200 military trucks and trailers. According to Mr. Philip Crowley, the suspension was decided because Cambodia deported Uighurs, who had sought asylum in Cambodia, to the Beijing authorities in December 2009.

The United States of America Announced to Provide US$5 Million to the Khmer Rouge Tribunal for Two Years

By: The Mirror Posted: April-02-2010 in
The Mirror

The Mirror, Vol. 14, No. 658

“Phnom Penh: The United States of America announced to grant US$5 million to the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia (ECCC), the Khmer Rouge Tribunal, for two years from 2010 to 2011 for the United Nations side of the budget.

Son Chhay Said that the Draft Anti-Corruption Law of the Government Seems to Protect Corrupt People

By: The Mirror Posted: March-09-2010 in
The Mirror

The Mirror, Vol. 14, No. 654

“The government already sent an anti-corruption draft law to the National Assembly, after Sam Rainsy Party parliamentarians had sent a request to the National Assembly to establish an Anti-Corruption Board – a proposal which was rejected by the president of the National Assembly, Mr. Heng Samrin, saying that the Permanent Committee of the National Assembly had decided to accept the anti-corruption draft law of the government for discussion.

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